Intent warning: Use for images you own/have permission to use. I take no credit or responsibility for what you do with the images, it's up to you to play by the rules.
When images are directly placed on a web-page (not as a background-image), you can get its path (where on the server it's stored) pretty quick:
For Developers: Getting the path this way makes it fast to put that image into another page if you're working with the mark-up.
For Stakeholders: Now you can send the path/link to your developer or others without downloading the image or opening the image in a new tab and copying the URL.
NOTE: if you're having trouble getting the path or you don't see the option from step #2, the image you're clicking on might be a background image or a link on top of the image (see below), so this tip won't work.